Dust-catching plants in Kuwaiti desert
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Dust-catching plants in Kuwaiti desert

How planting native shrubs provides a natural barrier to help cut air pollution from dust in Kuwait.

It's estimated that dust storms cost the Middle East and North Africa around $12 billion every year. One of the hardest-hit countries is oil-rich Kuwait - but it's also investing in solutions.


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